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Tengger Cavalry to release new album in February

Tengger Cavalry band Official press release: Nothing is impossible! Tengger Cavalry teach the greatness of every sound symbiosis: With a mighty mix out of Mongolian overtone singing and violin empowered folk metal these New York mind blasters create something special and unique. And here it is: Tengger Cavalry's sixth record and Napalm Records debut titled Cian Bi, set to be released on February 23rd 2018. 'Cian Bi' stands for the name of an ancient nomadic tribe that immigrated into Northern China to merge cultural differences. The band's nomadic fighting spirit helps to fuse unworldly cultures in harmony - and that's the spirit! With their music as a deputy: Distorted guitars and doublebass-blast beats hit this very own singing style out of Central Asia. With the Mongolian horsehead fiddle aka Morin khuur these extremes got stick together to a thrilling sound you have never heard before. This is innovation surpreme. Nature G, mastermind and creative spirit behind Tengger Cavalry, comments: "In this album, we used the concept of the Cian Bi tribe, to express the idea of multi-culture development, acceptance of diversity and individual freedom. We believe that through individual choice and identity freedom, each of us can decide who we want to become and embrace every culture around the world as one nomadic tribe - human tribe." The track list of Cian Bi will read as follows: 01. And Darkness Continues 02. Cian-Bi (Fight Your Darkness) 03. Our Ancestors 04. Strength 05. Chasing My Horse 06. Electric Shaman 07. Ride into Grave and Glory (War Horse II) 08. Redefine 09. A Drop of the Blood, A Leap of the Faith 10. The Old War 11. One Tribe, Beyond Any Nation 12. Just Forgive 13. One-Track Mind 14. You and I, Under the Same Sky 15. Sitting In Circle

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